2016 Nissan Qashqai gains new trims and equipment
A new N-Connecta grade is being introduced to directly replace the existing n-tec version as well as the n-tec+ model when specified with Comfort Pack. Pricing and model specification remain unchanged.
In addition, the Acenta Premium is being removed while the Visa, Acenta and Tekna trim levels remain unchanged.
New option packs are also being offered across the Qashqai range while specification changes see all DiG-T 163 versions (N-Connecta and Tekna trims) gain multi-link rear suspension as standard with no price increase.
DiG-T 163 variants will also benefit from an increased fuel tank capacity from 55 to 65 litres. Pricing, fuel consumption and performance figures remain unchanged.